The Bus Doesn’t Stop Here Anymore; Disabled Passengers Turned Away From Stops They’ve Used for Years

David Lepofsky, a Toronto lawyer who is blind, says access for the disabled remains patchwork in Toronto. “People with disabilities have to fight one
street corner at a time, one bus stop at a time, one barrier at a time,” he says. He has won two human-rights cases against the TTC, forcing it to
announce subway and bus stops. The TTC spent $450,000 fighting him.